The lab is home to a range of eye tracking and psychophysiology monitoring kit that can be used by staff and dissertation students.
As part of the strategic research development of the School of Applied Social Science, the lab is very interested in making innovative partnerships with other Schools in the University of Brighton using the cutting edge research grade equipment equipment outlined below.
Read more about the eye-tracking and psychophysiology equipment.
Here is more information on the specific equipment:
|Mobile eye tracker (SMI RED250 mobile)
||This is a screen-based laptop sized eye tracker capable of measuring eye movements, fixation duration and pupilometry.
|Eye tracking glasses (SMI ETG)
||This is a wearable and totally mobile eye tracker capable of measuring the scene viewed by the participant, the participant’s gaze within the scene and the audio present at the time.
|Psychophysiology monitoring equipment (BioPac MP160 with BioNomadix wireless recorders)
|| This allows static measurement of blood pressure and response monitoring, and wireless monitoring of EEG, ECG, EMG, Pulse Rate and EDA (see presentation above for more info.
If you are a researcher from another School in the University of Brighton and would like to explore using the equipment in a partnership please note that any partnership must meet the following criteria:
- Professional level research;
- Not speculative;
- Pilot project, with the aim to lead to a research grant application;
- Health related proposals are particularly welcome.
External partners will be allocated a member of SASS research staff who will work with the external partner to take the work forwards. Please note that the equipment, lab and psychology technician are provided primarily for psychology students and staff, and that equipment and support can only be accessed between May and November (when the lab is not being used for dissertation data collection).
Please speak to Jay or Martina if you want to explore using this equipment.